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Resolutions vs. Tributes - Senate Guide

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Resolutions vs. Tributes - House Guide

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List of Abbreviations Used in Bill Topics for the Subject Index

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Subject Index of Introduced Bills 2016

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Researching Legislative History

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Understanding Colorado Statutory Source Notes - Abridged - The Colorado Lawyer

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Chart for Decoding Colorado Source Notes

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Understanding Colorado Statutory Source Notes - Unabridged

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Analyses of Acts with Multiple Articles

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Use of Safety Clauses

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Safety Clauses and Effective Date Clauses

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Bill Titles - Single Subject and Original Purpose Requirements

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Effect of Gallagher Amendment, TABOR, Amendment 23, & Negative Factor on Public School Funding

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The Legislative Audit Committee keeps minutes of its meetings in accordance with Section 2-3-101(3)(c), C.R.S.

Frequently Asked Questions concerning Special Legislative Sessions

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Scope of Governor's Power to Issue Executive Orders

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Open Meetings Law - State Public Body - FAQ

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Long bill footnotes under section 24-75-112 (2), C.R.S.

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Forecast June 2016

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The Office of Legislative Legal Services edits, collates, and revises the laws enacted each session, with annotations, and prints them each year. Since 1997, the official set of statutes has been published each year in a softbound edition as well as an official CD-ROM edition.

The Legislative Council is the nonpartisan research and staff agency serving the Colorado General Assembly. The Legislative Council was created in 1953 to collect data, to examine constitutional and statutory provisions and possible amendments, to consider important issues of public policy, and to prepare reports, bills, and other documents for presentation to the General Assembly. The information gathering function of the Legislative Council created a need for a continuing and permanent research staff to work for the General Assembly.

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